Posted On: 05/5/21 8:29 PM

There was a ton of talent on the floor at the Prep Hoops event in Wichita last weekend. Guys demonstrated a variety of skills. And some guys just showed off their physical gifts. Running, jumping, pushing opponents around, they had a physical advantage.

Here is a look at some of the top athletes at the Midwest Grind Session (in alphabetical order):

Anthony Allen Anthony Allen 6'4" | SF Broken Arrow | 2022 State OK , 2022, 6-foot-5 forward, Tulsa Hawks, Broken Arrow HS:

No matter how many times Allen skies above the crowd, you still don’t quite get used to how this kid leaps. Mutters of “Wow,” and “Good grief,” were frequently heard in the stands when Allen exploded up in the lane to rip down a rebound, tip up a missed shot, or take a swipe at an opponent’s attempt. He seemed to come close to hitting his head on the goal numerous times. Allen is a long, lean forward who can run and knife through traffic, but his vertical is what draws gasps.

Jordan Fudge, 2022, 6-foot-8 forward, Victory Ministry, Frontenac HS:

Fudge’s frame has college coaches pondering just how good he can become and how they might use him in their programs. He’s got a thick, mature

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